Celebrate the 20th Annual World Breastfeeding Week at Swedish/Issaquah

July 20, 2012 Swedish Blogger


World Breastfeeding Week is an annual celebration held around the world to generate public awareness and support for breastfeeding families. And, in honor of this special week, Swedish/Issaquah Pediatrics and OB are hosting a community celebration – and you’re invited.

Join us on Wednesday, Aug. 1 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. for a fun-filled day of activities. Raising a healthy, happy baby is one of the most rewarding things you’ll do. And, it doesn’t have to feel overwhelming.

We’re bringing together an impressive group of individuals and vendors to provide you and your family with information about health and education services. Our event will also feature:

  • Door Prizes
  • Story Telling
  • Teddy Bear Clinic
  • Massages
  • The Leche Lounge
  • Live Music
  • Yoga
  • “Ask-the-Doc” Booth

Event Location:
751 N.E. Blakely Drive
Issaquah, WA 98029
2nd Floor Conference Center

"In this beautiful natural setting, in a hospital that was built green to run green, it is imperative that we do all we can to support mothers and families of young children to feed and raise those children in healthy natural ways,” says Madeline Marcus, pediatric hospitalist.

“We at Swedish want to be active in supporting members of the Eastside community that have similar goals, and a celebration with Pediatrics and Obstetrics aims to do just that."

For more information about this event, call the Breastfeeding Center at Swedish/Issaquah at 425-313-2377. For more information about World Breastfeeding Week, please visit worldbreastfeedingweek.org. We hope to see you Aug. 1!


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